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RELP – Episode 34 – How To Change An Established Culture

In this episode of The Ron Edmondson Leadership Podcast Ron and Chandler Vannoy talk about how to change an already established culture.

Change is hard in any context. Any level of change involves people. And every change brings an emotional response to change. The only way a leader can “keep the peace” in the realm of change management is simply to offer no change. Period.

I can tell you, however, from very personal experience, that leading change in an established culture is harder than when you get to build the culture from scratch. In the church context, for example, it is far easier to change things in a new church plant, than to lead change in an established, older church.

In this episode, we talk about how to change in an established culture:

We continually hear from many leaders who enjoy these podcasts. Yes, we know they are simple. It is intended to be a quick listen to a conversation between father and son – (and in this one – father and friend) who are both struggling to figure out leadership in our individual contexts.

As always, I hope this episode helps you be a better pastor and leader.

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